Walt Disney World Resort is emailing existing ticket holders more information related to their upcoming visits, including information on the new Disney Park Pass system.
The letter shares that ticket holders should be aware of the new Disney Parks Pass reservation system, which requires all Guests to make a reservation to the theme parks in order to enter. You can read more about that here.
Below is the full letter that ticket holders are receiving:
We continue to keep the health and well-being of our cast, Guests and communities top of mind, so as we take this measured approach to reopen our Theme Parks, we will manage attendance through our new Disney Park Pass system. This new Theme Park reservation system on DisneyWorld.com will require all Guests to make advance reservations for Theme Park entry. And in order to make your reservations, you will need a My Disney Experience account and valid Theme Park ticket linked to it. If you haven’t already, be sure to link your Resort reservation to your My Disney Experience account as well.
BE AMONG THE FIRST
Since you’re an existing ticket holder with a Disney Resort or other select hotel reservation, we’re giving you access to the Disney Park Pass system beginning June 22. Simply log into your My Disney Experience account and check for the date and Theme Park you wish to visit. To enter a Theme Park, both a reservation and valid ticket or annual pass for admission to the same Park on the same date are required. You must make a separate reservation for each date you plan to visit, even with a multi-day ticket. Please note that reservations are limited in capacity, subject to availability and are not guaranteed until confirmed. Click here for more information.
Please remember to check the Disney Park Pass system (once available) from time to time as Theme Park reservation availability can change.
A PHASED REOPENING
As a reminder, Magic Kingdom® Park and Disney’s Animal Kingdom® Theme Park are scheduled to reopen on July 11, followed by EPCOT® and Disney’s Hollywood Studios® on July 15.
Upon reopening, select ticket options such as Park Hopper® Option will not be available. Click here for details.
We know your next visit will be different. But together, we can find new ways to enjoy magical moments and create memories to last a lifetime. Before you arrive, please check out some things to Know Before You Go online or call your Travel Professional to learn more.
Hope to see you real soon!
As Walt Disney World Resort preps for reopening, Disney has shared updated its information regarding tickets, especially its policies concerning cancellations, modifications, and refunds. Click here to find out more information about ticket cancellations, modifications, and extensions.
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